Call for Participants | Global Biomimicry Practitioners Survey Biomimicry is a field of practice and research that is rapidly growing, but who are the people behind the practice? Add your voice to this global survey conducted by Erin Rovalo and Dr. John McCardle of Loughborough Design School and help create better understanding of the backgrounds, core competencies, and current practices of the biomimicry community. All biomimicry practitioners are encouraged to participate. Learn more and take survey →
Biomimicry Alberta is planning to participate in the “Cities and Climate Change Science Conference–IPCC,” Edmonton, March 5-7, 2018. We invite anyone applying/practicing biomimicry to join us and submit a poster of any project related to climate change and urban design in Alberta you may be involved with. Please see the following link to apply online: Submit Abstract. The deadline is October 6.
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Thank you all for attending, volunteering and presenting at the BAW03 summer series!
Stay locally and globally attuned !
Do you enjoy the strange mix of nature, technology and science? Join us for a two day workshop to explore strategies from the natural world and investigate how they can inform human design and technology. The weekend will include providing a broad introduction to the concept of biomimicry with a focus in on the insect world; the program includes a mixture of outdoors and classroom learning and presentations from local naturalists and researchers. This 3rd Biomimicry Alberta workshop is intended for students and professionals from any discipline and background interested in design and a sustainable future for Alberta (or anywhere!)
June 24-25, @ University of Alberta
Registration now open here!
Register to BAW03 Saturday Night Event @ Devaney’s here!